could be your ignition modual
( .035 inch ) spark plug gap for a 1973 Dodge 318 V8 engine , according to my Chilton book
My Chilton repair manual shows : On a Dodge 440 V8 engine , # 1 on the distributor cap faces to the front and slightly towards the passenger side
.044" per the Chilton manual, Napa Auto website and the sticker in the engine compartment.
( .040 inch ) according to my Chilton repair manual for the 350 - 2 barrel
The factory shop and repair manual if they will sell you one. Then I prefer the Chilton brand Then Haynes All will do for basic things like torque specs and spark plug gaps.
.050 inch according to motorcraft.com but my Chilton repair manual shows .044 inch
The spark plug gap for a 1994 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 L OHV motor is .052 to .056 range - Chilton repair manual shows .054
look in the owners manual for that info.
The Spark Plug gap is the same for both the 2.5 and the 4.0 Engine in the 1995 Jeep Wrangler. According to the Chilton Manual the Gap is 0.035
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : The 225 slant six cylinder engine in a 1978 Dodge has spark plugs gapped at : ( .035 inch )
According to my Chilton repair manual the Dodge / Plymouth 360 cubic inch V8 is : firewall 8 - 7 6 - 5 4 - 3 2 - 1 front The spark plug firing order is 1 - 8 - 4 - 3 - 6 - 5 - 7 - 2 The distributor rotor turns CLOCKWISE
20 ft lbs. this is a correct answer from the manual and the gap spacing of the spark plug is .044 :) Cindy
According to my Chilton repair manual the spark plug gap should be .054 This applies to the 4.0 L OHV, the 4.0 L SOHC, and the 5.0 L V8
It is 0.040 inches (according to the Haynes manual).
According to the service manual the gap should be 0.050" or 1.25 mm.
Listed under the hood on a placard and in your owner's manual.
Owners manual says every 30,000.
Go to your local autoparts store and purchase the Haynes manual for your vehicle. Its like 15$ it is worth every penny... Dont buy the Chilton manual its way more confusing to follow..
.035 inch ( my Chilton auto repair manual goes back to 1970 and it shows .035 inch for a 1970 - 318 V8 engine )
no such thing, you may mean firing order just take them out one at a time and replace one at a time unless you have them spark wires mixed up then you need the firing order a haynes or chilton motor manual will help you no such thing, you may mean firing order just take them out one at a time and replace one at a time unless you have them spark wires mixed up then you need the firing order a haynes or chilton motor manual will help you
The spark plug gap needed is for a 4cyl dodge caravan and not a grand caravan if it makes any difference. Thanks The answer to your question is printed in the owner's manual and is listed on a placard under the hood or on the radiator frame.
To change the spark plugs in a 2011 Dodge Nitro, you buy replacement plugs at an auto repair shop. The user manual will list the correct size. Follow instructions on new plugs to install correctly.
My Chilton repair manual shows .054 inch , but check the information sticker in the engine compartment located somewhere ahead of the radiator . (Helpfull)
I've never seen such a video, but a Haynes or Chilton manual, available at most any auto parts store, should give you in depth instructions.
The Dodge Hemi's have 2 spark plugs per cylinder which equals 16 spark plugs